Tunisair to launch Zagreb service

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Tunisia’s national carrier Tunisair will commence a one weekly seasonal service between the coastal city of Monastir and Zagreb this coming summer. Flights will operate once per week, each Wednesday, with Airbus A320-family aircraft, starting May 27. According to “Airline Route”, the service was last maintained six years ago, in 2014. Further flight details can be found here.

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  1. 1 weekly is still not bad as a service resumption. Glad that ZAG is slowly waking up from its hibernation period. Time to show how a true EU capital looks like!
    Bravo Hrvatska!

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    1. True EU capital does not look bad. If it had non-mafioso mayor, it would have probably looked even better. But concerning ZAG, and especially OU, their hibernation is still on, despite some minor occasional wake-ups, and they are both far away from what market potential is, and not taking advantages of the true EU capital at all

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    2. Agree with pozdrav iz Rijeke! Hope they will privatize OU soon, which reminds me, any news about that?
      Anyway, nice addition from Tunisair!

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    3. Not bad?

      What can be less than two weekly?

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  2. TU just decreased flights to MUC and VIE, hopefully they stick around ZAG.

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  3. these are charters for croatian holidaymakers

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  4. Bravo Hrvatska!

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  5. The problem with Tunisair is they never offer connecting flights.

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  6. Launch Tunis - Prishtina Service as well

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